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Work experience

Sep 2011Present

Research Scholar

Four years of teaching experience paramedical and nursing undergraduate students.

Teaching assistant to postgraduate students in Department of microbiology.
Assisted post graduate (MSc microbiology) students in their dissertation and publications.
Deliver practical teaching sessions.
Supervision in the laboratory.


BSc Biotechnology- 57%

Bareilly College Bareilly 

MSc Microbiology - 75%

Integral University Lucknow
Sep 2011Present

PhD Microbiology

National Institue of Medical Sciences


Technical Skills

1.Microbiological Techniques
· Isolation and culturing of microbes from soil sample, water sample.(Through serial
dilution method)
· Primary & secondary screening of active microbes.
· Screening of microbes through biochemical tests.
· Growth kinetic studies of microbes.
· Staining techniques.
· Antibiotics sensitivity test.
· MIC & MDR test.
· Isolation and identification of bacteria from clinical samples.

2. Molecular Biology Techniques
· Plasmid isolation through Bacterial sample.
· Genomic DNA isolation.
· (A) DNA isolation from microbes.
· (B) DNA isolation from plant sample.
· Agarose gel electrophoresis for plasmid & genomic DNA.
· RNA isolation from Plant samples.
· RNA gel electrophoresis.
· Restriction digestion & Ligation.
· Competent cell preparation.
· Transformation through blue-white selection.
· Cloning & Gene expression.
· Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) for identification of drug resistant genes.
· Microscan for speciation and identification of bacterial species

Proffesional Skills

· Proficient lecturer and dedicated scholar.
· Excellent communication skills
· Ability to motivate students and clarify difficult concepts.
· Core competencies in teaching General microbiology Medical Microbioloogy,
Immunology, and Biotechnology.

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1. Organization- King George Medical College, Lucknow
Project Name- Isolation And Identification And Bacterial Isolates From Operation Theatre
Project Type-Observational And Practical
Supervisor- Prof. Dr. Jyotsna Agarwall, Department Of Microbiology
Duration- 3 Months
Year- 2009

2. Organization- MRD Life Sciences, Lucknow
Project Name- Antimicrobial Activity Of Catharanthus Roseus, Rosa Indica, & Nirium Indicum.
Project Type-Observational And Practical
Supervisor- Prof. Amit Mishra, Research Scientist, MRD Life Sciences
Duration- 6months
Year- 2010

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1. Ameer Abbas, Preeti Srivastava, Prem Singh Nirwan. Prevalence of MLSB resistance and observation of erm A and erm C genes at a tertiary care hospital. Journal of Clinical and Diagnostic Research 2015;9(6): 8-10.
2. Abbas A, Nirwan P S, Srivastava P. Prevalence and antibiogram of hospital acquired-methicillin resistant Staphylococcus aureus and community acquiredmethicillin resistant Staphylococcus aureus at a tertiary care hospital National Institute of Medical Sciences. Community Acquir Infect 2015; 2:13-5 Under editorial peer review
1. Bacteriological Profile and antimicrobial sensitivity pattern of ventilator associated
pneumonia in a tertiary care hospital.
2. Evaluation of different phenotypic method for the detection of methicillin resistant
Staphylococcus aureus.

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Dr. Prem Singh Nirwan Head and Professor Department of Microbiology National Institue of medical Sciences Jaipur Conatct no.9828104503

Dr.Preeti Srivastava Associste Professor Department of Microbiology National Institue of medical Sciences Jaipur Conatct no. 9530153100